Ms Kylie Peh > WongPartnership LLP > Singapore, Singapore > Lawyer Profile

WongPartnership LLP

Work Department

Intellectual Property, Technology & Data Group.


Partner – Intellectual Property, Technology & Data Group.


Kylie’s main practice areas encompass both contentious and non-contentious IP, IP portfolio management, technology, media and telecommunications work, as well as privacy and data protection.

Significant transactions that Kylie has been involved in include advising / acting for the following:

  • Multinational banking organisation headquartered in Singapore on its strategic collaboration with a leading fintech company to deliver financial and digital services to an ASEAN-wide user base.
  • A multi-national company which owns a diverse portfolio of property assets in respect of its roll-out of a digital wallet on its new multi-feature mobile application for its retail malls in Singapore, including in relation to credit top-up and payment transactions, as well as loyalty/rewards functionalities.
  • An award-winning airline on its collaboration with a multinational banking and financial services corporation to offer retail services on an electronic travel marketplace platform.
  • A leading cloud provider of connected data, reporting and compliance solutions, on the establishment of their Asia Pacific Office in Singapore.
  • A leading provider of aero-engineering services on its collaboration with a public agency to set up a joint lab in Singapore to undertake research and development to develop next-generation aerospace manufacturing capabilities.
  • A public agency on its introduction of various initiatives and projects to champion the arts in Singapore.

Awards & Accolades:

A recommended lawyer in The Legal 500: Asia Pacific – The Client’s Guide to the Asia Pacific Legal Profession since 2016 for the areas of IP and TMT, Kylie was named as one of Asia’s top 50 TMT practitioners in ALB’s Super 50 TMT Lawyers 2022. Kylie is also recognised in Euromoney Legal Media Group’s Women in Business Law Expert Guide 2020 for the area of TMT/Privacy & Data Protection.




National University of Singapore (LL.B., Hons.)

Lawyer Rankings

Singapore > TMT: local firms

WongPartnership LLP advises telecommunication companies on various commercial and regulatory issues such as equipment procurement, customer agreements and network rollouts. The practice is well-versed in media with experience spanning the entire content creation cycle including creation and distribution. Practice head Lam Chung Nian handles both contentious and advisory matters in the IP and information technology areas, while Kylie Peh focuses on privacy and data protection matters in addition to IP portfolio management.

Singapore > Fintech and financial services regulatory: local firms

WongPartnership LLP has long been at the forefront of the financial services regulatory (FSR) and compliance market in Singapore. Besides providing comprehensive advice on non-contentious matters – ranging from applications to the MAS for digital bank licences, to banking secrecy issues, anti-money laundering concerns and rules relating to the sales and marketing of investment products – the practice also fields dispute resolution experts who are able to assist in enforcement investigations. Recent areas of activity include advising several international banks and payment service providers on the implications of the new Payment Services Act 2019 (PSA). Elaine Chan, who acts for banks, fund managers, insurers, commodity traders, broker dealers and clearing houses in regulatory and transactional mandates, and Joy Tan, who focuses on corporate governance and financial services regulatory matters under the Companies Act, Securities and Futures Act and other regulatory statutes, jointly lead the FSR group. Another key contact is Rosabel Ng, who has in-depth knowledge of the Singapore regulatory framework for the regulation of financial markets. The firm also houses a multi-disciplinary team focused on the fintech sector, whose members collaborate on transactional and regulatory matters cutting across issues such as blockchain, tokenisations and cryptocurrencies, venture capital fundraisings and emerging digital technologies. Key individuals for this type of work include Sion Yoong Tian, Sin Wei Ong, Kylie Peh and Kyle Lee.

Singapore > Intellectual property: Local firms

WongPartnership LLP is known for its transactional and commercial IP expertise and manages IP portfolios for a large number of multinationals and regional brands and also advises the Government Technology Agency. Lam Chung Nian heads the IP, technology and data group, and has an extensive record in transactional, regulatory, enforcement and advisory engagements. Kylie Peh provides further non-contentious and contentious IP expertise, including IP portfolio management, privacy and data protection matters.